"Lake Forest University ... [is comprised of] six distinct schools as follows: 1. Lake Forest Academy - for boys, 2. Ferry Hall Seminary - for young ladies, Lake Forest College - co-educational at Lake Forest, Ill., 4. Rush Medical College, 5. Chicago College of Dental Surgery, 6. Chicago College of Law at Chicago, Ill."--Colophon, v.2. The yearbook included all the schools from 1892-1897. From 1897, the yearbook did not include the Rush Medical College. After 1902, the Dental School and College of Law were not included in the yearbook. Ferry Hall and Lake Forest Academy were not included in the yearbook after 1911
In 1902, the law school became known as Chicago-Kent College of Law. Between 1901 and 1903, Lake Forest Academy became known as Lake Forest School for Boys; 1904 through 1905 called Lake Forest School
Volumes not published for 1893, 1898, 1904, 1919 and 1920
Volume designation was used from v.1 (1892)-v.34 (1932); resumed with v.88 (1987)
V.1 (1892) published by the Athenaean and Zeta Epsilon Literary Societies of Lake Forest College; v.2 (1895) published by the Class of '95; v.3 (1896), published by the Junior class of the College Department, [v.4], (1901) published by the class of '01; v.8 (1905)-v.11 (1908), v.15 (1912)-v.23 (1922), v.25 (1924)-v.31 (1930) published by the Junior class of Lake Forest College; v.12 (1909)-v.14 (1911) published by the Junior classes of Lake Forest College, Ferry Hall and Lake Forest Academy; v.24 (1923) published by the students of Lake Forest College
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